New legal guidance on facilities management for 2008
Following the success of the first three editions of Workplace Law’s Facilities Management Legal Update 2008: special report, the 2008 edition, out now, takes on a new and even more practical format, offering facilities and other workplace managers essential information and guidance at the click of a button.
Facilities Management Legal Update 2008: special report discusses in depth the key issues affecting facilities managers in the next 12 months, through high-level research, up-to-date information and practical guidance, coupled with opinion pieces from key organisations in the facilities management industry, including the British Institute of Facilities Management, FM World magazine and FMX magazine.
Key issues addressed through the special report include:
- Managing your rubbish – or how not to waste your waste
- An age of discrimination
- Asbestos – can you manage?
- Reducing energy consumption – no time to waste
- Flooding – a rising tide of complacency?
- Social networking – harmless fun or a threat to business security?
- Sustainability – managing facilities within our means
- Fire – practical experiences in risk assessment
- No ifs, no butts – the smoking ban in practice
- Contractors and the impact of corporate manslaughter legislation
The downloadable report also looks at the lessons that can be learned from the developments of the last 12 months, providing practical guidance through real life case studies, which offer an insight into how other organisations have dealt with these changes.
In addition to the extensive discussions and comment provided through ten key chapters, the advanced format of this special report enables readers to listen to exclusive interviews with experts in the field and watch video clips that demonstrate some of the major points made within the report.
The Facilities Management Legal Update 2008: Special Report is published today and is available for £89.00 plus VAT.Order your copies now and save £5.00 on the normal rate - just £84.00 plus VAT.
Premium members of the Workplace Law Network save an additional 10%, making the price just £75.60 plus VAT. You will receive confirmation of your order electronically. Offer ends 9 February 2008.
Call 0871 777 8881 now quoting ref. 3224 or click here» to buy online.